The Employer Engagement team work closely with employers to understand their organisation. Acting as the initial point of contact for your business, we can:
- Promote your vacancies
- Create links with departments and services across the University
- Increase awareness of your brand
- Identify suitable activities which you may benefit from
Why work with us?
Edge Hill University is a major provider of higher education for a diverse student body, including mature students, first generation students, students from low income families and students from low participation neighbourhoods.
We also have an excellent reputation for our teaching and are proud to be invested in providing the best possible student experience. Our aim is to open new doors and provide new opportunities to all our students.
We apply real world knowledge and research to our teaching. We aim to educate our students to know what employers are looking for in competitive job markets. Our approach is to help students to discover their strengths and skills, understanding how to showcase these in their future career path. Aligning with the values of our university, we aim to champion widening participation with “Opportunity for All” at the heart of our employability mission.
Things you should know
Advertise a vacancy
To advertise a vacancy to our students, graduates or alumni, please register your organisation on our careers vacancy portal. When you register, you will be given your own username and will be able to set your own password, so you can log in and use this service in the future.
All organisations and vacancies must adhere to our terms and conditions.
The following opportunities may be advertised on this service.
Graduate jobs are paid full-time employment positions. These are suitable for graduates, both in terms of salary and the nature of the job. These can include graduate schemes or graduate-level employment positions.
Part-time jobs are paid, part-time employment positions which are typically suitable for students whilst they are studying.
Placements and Internships must be paid and can be a:
- Series of days spread across a number of weeks or months
- Vacation placement ranging from between a 1 day to 3 months
- Year-long placement that takes place between a students’ second and third year of study (sandwich placement).
Students can also undertake unpaid opportunities in organisations as part of their course. If you wish to offer opportunities to these students.
Volunteering opportunities will be accepted from charities and not for profit organisations. These should provide volunteering roles that help students to gain relevant experience. Find out how Careers can support your Not for Profit Organisation in our useful resource: Volunteering at Edge Hill University.
For further information relating to volunteering, please contact our Volunteering Advisers.
Contact the team
If you need to get in touch, please email the team.